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Black delegates

Campaign, acceptance speech called the realization of King's dream

By Joseph Williams
Globe Staff / August 29, 2008

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DENVER - Forty-five years ago, Dennis Callwood was a 21-year-old clerk at a Harlem grocery store who took a day off and hopped a bus to Washington. Lauren Dugas Glover was a 6-year-old "tag-along" in Chicago, annoying her older siblings. James Beverly III hadn't been born. (Full article: 597 words)

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